‘Flotsom and jetsom’ From the perceptions series #3
Here is the quote that I was chuckling over while I worked:
Insanity runs in my family. It practically gallops. Cary Grant (1904 – 1986) Source: Line from Arsenic and Old Lace.
‘Flotsom’ …well what can I say? I had a bunch of left over paint on the pallet so I used them…waste not want not.
I had no plan nor direction…just flipping and flopping and playing with the colors.
It’s just a little creative insanity from yours truly.
Hope you like.
Pssst, not everything has to have some deep meaning, ya know? ***
NOW…drum roll please….
the Surrender Painting Is Done
*imagine announcers voice here*
(echo in the background….done, done, done)
Surrender full painting
Here are the two quotes for this work.
(it’s a big work, it needed more words before
it would shape up and fly right): *** Self-interest is but the survival of the animal in us. Humanity only begins for man with self-surrender.Henri Frederic Amiel (1821 – 1881) *** Everything is on its way to becoming something else, and therefore, nothing can be held onto. If you see this clearly, if you consider and examine this deeply and fully, then letting go is the only thing left to do. How can you hold on? What is there to hold onto? So the art of spiritual surrender is really the art of not knowing. Then it doesn’t make any difference at all whether you are walking down the street or eating lunch or responding to your email or making love or sitting alone on your couch. This is the first and last time you will ever be doing this. If you truly understand that, it changes everything.